Hacking Android Games using GameGuardian for Beginners

Introduction to using Game Guardian to hack android games


Introduction to using Game Guardian to hack android games



If you like playing games or ethical hacking, then this course is for you.

This course will introduce you to a very powerful tool commonly used in Android game hacking – called GameGuardian (GG).  This tool will allow you to modify in-game Health, Fuel, Coins,  and more. Using GameGuardian, you do not need to reverse any games, instead you can scan memory and modify data directly. It is simple and easy to use and you can hack your first game within minutes. GameGuardian is the equivalent tool for Android similar to Cheat Engine  which is used for Windows PC Games.

Although youtube has plenty of tuts on GameGuardian, they typically lack beginner-friendly explanation and personal guidance. In this course, I will take you by the hand as a complete beginner to become familiar with what is Android game hacking. You will learn, how to scan memory to tamper with it to get more coins, gold, fuel plus have unlimited health, and more…

By the end of this course, you should be able to apply your basic skills to hack simple Android games and also have a basic foundation to proceed to more advanced Android game hacking. The knowledge gained will empower you to be more familiar with how values are stored in memory and also the different data types and how they are internally represented as well as how to hack memory.  It will also inform you on security issues which you need to address if you are a game developer.

What you will learn:

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Features of this course:

  • Simple examples using easy-to-hack versions of android games
  • Easy to follow step-by-step videos
  • Assumes no background knowledge on game hacking
  • Beginner friendly

Who this course is for:

Thank you and see you inside.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginners to android game hacking
  • Android security researchers
  • Anyone interested to learn memory hacking for Android

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